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    Someone asked about a muddy Mudman...

    Quote Originally Posted by maestro26316 View Post
    I like the original photo even more but I expected a slightly muddier Mudman.
    I have a picture to fulfil that request.





    Albeit it isn't mud...
    It's Christmas and the chocolate decorations went overboard with my baby Godchild...

    Hope it's ok.

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    Re: Someone asked about a muddy Mudman...

    well, its call chocolate-man now.
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    Re: Someone asked about a muddy Mudman...

    Quote Originally Posted by mansrow View Post
    well, its call chocolate-man now.
    Or something else .........................
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    Re: Someone asked about a muddy Mudman...

    ...yes there are two substances that come to mind, neither are mud.
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    Re: Someone asked about a muddy Mudman...

    Quote Originally Posted by natornate View Post
    ...yes there are two substances that come to mind, neither are mud.
    Maybe theres a cat in play here.....or some other domestic animal
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    Chocolate Mudman. Cool! I just returned from Belgium. I've seen a lot of Chocolate (but returned with a lot of beer instead).

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    Re: Someone asked about a muddy Mudman...

    Quote Originally Posted by johnbat81 View Post
    I have a picture to fulfil that request.
    Eww. "Mud" or ... something else!


    Chocolate? And how did you get the watch clean again?
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    Re: Someone asked about a muddy Mudman...

    Quote Originally Posted by maestro26316 View Post
    Eww. "Mud" or ... something else!


    Chocolate? And how did you get the watch clean again?

    obviously the only way to clean it is by licking it
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    Re: Someone asked about a muddy Mudman...

    Quote Originally Posted by mansrow View Post
    obviously the only way to clean it is by licking it
    ...or more like scraping it all off with a spoon, THEN licking it all up...




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    Re: Someone asked about a muddy Mudman...

    Quote Originally Posted by mansrow View Post
    obviously the only way to clean it is by licking it
    Yeah, I hat this in mind, too. I love the thought of Johnbat nibbling the chocolate of his mudman.
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